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Air Dolomiti Announces New Service Between Cuneo Airport in Piedmont, Italy and Munich

Air Dolomiti announced on Tuesday that they will offer 10-weekly codeshared flights with Lufthansa between Cuneo Airport in Piedmont, Italy from November 16, 2020. Flights will be available Monday through Friday offering connections to Bavaria’s international hub.

Air Dolomiti Embraer E195 - Courtesy Air Dolomiti

On Tuesday (August 25, 2020), Air Dolomiti, the Italian carrier of the Lufthansa Group, announced the launch of ten-weekly flights between Cuneo Airport in Piedmont, Italy and Munich. The flights will be operated Monday through Friday and codeshared with Lufthansa. Air Dolomiti offers flights from €129 roundtrip including taxes and surcharges and customers can add booking flexibility to Economy Light and Business Saver fares for an additional €70. In today’s announcement, Air Dolomiti’s President and CEO, Joerg Eberhart said,

Air Dolomiti Launches Service Between Cuneo Airport and Munich - Courtesy Air Dolomiti

“With the flights from Cuneo we are expanding our offer panel on the Munich hub. Our activity is therefore resuming by offering new connections from airports that we have not served until now. This is a positive sign and an excellent opportunity for passengers to benefit from direct connections to Bavaria, but also other destinations thanks to the many connections offered by Lufthansa.”

Also commenting on Tuesday’s announcement, Gaec Spa’s President, Giuseppe Viriglio added,

“The project to connect Cuneo airport with an international hub like Munich is the result of a long teamwork in which the economic and entrepreneurial fabric of our territory has been the protagonist. Cuneo has strongly believed in the airport and has understood the strategic need to broaden its horizons in order to take off and expand its range of action around the world. We would like to thank Air Dolomiti and the entire Lufthansa Group for the confidence placed in the potential of our airport.”

Air Dolomiti was founded in 1991 with the goal of connecting smaller Italian cities with the rest of Europe. The company was acquired by the Lufthansa Group in 2003 and today serves as the Italian branch of Lufthansa flying from Italy’s main airports with over 550 weekly flights to Munich and Frankfurt (pre-pandemic). Air Dolomiti operates a fleet of 15 Embraer E195s and prides itself on being an efficient and reliable airline that puts customers first.

Source: Air Dolomiti


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